I love using The Walking Classroom as a teaching tool for my students. It is easy to incorporate this into our routine.
With The Walking Classroom, I teach history, ELA, science, and health, as well as communication, teamwork, collaboration, and so much more.
Making the Walking Classroom a daily component of my students’ day was very valuable.
I always enjoy using Walking Classroom with students, but the 2020-2021 school year made it an even more important part of our weekly routine!
I teach fourth grade science and social studies, and have had TWC since August 2019. The podcasts completely hit the mark on my standards!
Through his work at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, Bob Alderink helps folks build on science, connecting it to other areas!
TWC has been such a joy for the kids and I every year. It refreshes the kids’ brains and bodies, and they always learn something interesting!
TWC is the perfect additional resource to have. I appreciate the way that it provides an engaging introduction to curricular topics.
The Walking Classroom has been amazing. With the help of the printed materials that I received, I was able to establish some ground rules.
My Walking Classroom story started four years ago. I love the broad range of podcast topics within The Walking Classroom.